Make a Easy Paper Airplane

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Intro: Make a Easy Paper Airplane

  This isn't the best plane ever, but it looks cool and flies cool. It's easy and easy to memberize.  

Step 1: Let's Get Started

  First, you will need regular printer paper (A4). Fold the paper in half by the length. Then unfold it and fold the corners towards the center and then again. Totally simple and easy.

Step 2: Keep Up

  Next, turn over the paper and fold the front back until the point is right at the end of the back. Then turn it over again and then fold those corners to the center. And then turn it over again and fold the canard. To do this simply take your fingers and stick them into the flaps and spread. This is very unexplanetary on the internet. Try to make it as big as possible.

Step 3: Your More Than Half Way

  Take the paper and turn it over and fold the nose down like the picture and fold it in half.

Step 4: Time for Wings

  Fold the wings. The indent of the middle should match the handle. Fold the winglets by folding the back wings up quarter way to the top. Do the same with the front wings. After unfold all of those and on the back fold a diagnal crease with the front end of it to the flap sticking out and the back of the crease to the top of the handle. Unfold it and fold it on the other side and unfold that. Fold the wings and winglets back and pull the crease you made upward from the back and fold it flat.

Step 5: Your Done

  Make sure the tail is up right and winglets are at a 45 degree angle. Fly!!!

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    11 Discussions

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    Origami1123

    6 years ago on Step 2

    What you do is turn it over and make it like in photo 2. In photo 3 i guess you have pull it out from the back

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    lil larry

    6 years ago on Step 2

    Look, I can't be perfect in my instructions...no body is perfect so take your rude comments somewhere else.

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    Cpt.Awesome

    6 years ago on Step 2

    wow! step to is indescribabley hard to understand.

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    lil larryzazenergy

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Thanx! Sorry, I didn't have a good camra at the time so I had to scan them in the printer. I was lucky just to catch that picture on the intro.

    My experience has been that putting a background (usually a yellow or orange paper) behind your airplane outlines it and helps show more detail.